Syndication

Last Update: Friday, July 31, 2015

Syndicating content from OneNewsNow.com and American Family News

Thank you for your interest in sharing news from the American Family News (AFN) Network with your audience! Whether you are operating a website, print publication, radio station or some other type of audio or video production, AFN makes it easy to syndicate the news you see and hear at OneNewsNow.com.


Using OneNewsNow.com NewsTickers for your website

AFN provides a widget that you can use to easily insert OneNewsNow.com headlines into your site.

The primary benefit of using the OneNewsNow.com NewsTicker, rather than manually cutting and pasting headlines from our site to your, is that including news from a Christian perspective for your audience becomes automatic. You literally "set it and forget it." A secondary benefit is that -- if you use the OneNewsNow.com NewsTicker service -- you are released from the requirement to run button or banner advertising on your site in exchange for using our content.

Start by pasting the following code in the header section of your page.

    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://onenewsnow.com/js/widget-min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
// client-side change variables
onn.num = 4;
onn.sections = ['business', 'church', 'culture',
'education', 'legal-courts', 'media',
'missions', 'national-security', 'persecution',
'politics-govt', 'pro-life'];
onn.width = 400;
onn.show_date = true;
onn.show_category_title = true;
</script>

Place this div where you want the headlines to appear on your page.

    <div id="onn_news"></div>

Options:

  • onn.num is the number of stories you wish to display from each section of the news.
  • onn.sections is an array of sections in the order you wish the stories to appear. For example: ['church', 'missions'] would only display church and missions stories.
  • onn.width is the width of the onn_news id. This needs to be an integer. 
  • onn.show_date turns on and off the publish date of the section.
  • onn.show_category_title turns on and off the title for each section, e.g. Church, Business, etc.

Using AFN/OneNewsNow.com content for your Radio News

Hourly news casts can be downloaded via ftp using assigned username and password. If you are interested in using AFN's audio news casts, please contact Jim Stanley, director of radio operations for American Family Radio (662-844-5036, ext. 375).


Using OneNewsNow.com content for your print publication

Print publications are allowed to reprint OneNewsNow.com content (but not Associated Press content) -- subject to the terms and conditions outlined on our Policies page regarding attribution and barter advertising requirements.

You have the choice of varying sizes of promotional advertisements for OneNewsNow.com depending upon where in your publication the ad is placed. Specifications for the ad are listed on the Policies page and high-resolution OneNewsNow.com logos will be provided upon request.

To receive the links to the images you need in order to create the required OneNewsNow.com barter advertisement for your publication, contact Jody Brown, editor-in-chief of OneNewsNow.com (662-844-5036, ext. 377).


Using OneNewsNow.com content in audio or video

Radio and television stations and programs, audio and video blogs, transmissions or productions are allowed to use originally-produced AFN text content from OneNewsNow.com (but not Associated Press content) -- subject to the terms and conditions outlined on our Policies page regarding attribution and barter advertising requirements.

You have the choice of displaying varying size button or banner promotional advertisements for OneNewsNow.com on your website's home page, depending on where on the page you place the ad. Requirements for the ad are listed on the Policies page; image sources will be provided upon request.

To receive the links to the images you need in order to create the required OneNewsNow.com barter advertisement, contact Jody Brown, editor-in-chief of OneNewsNow.com (662-844-5036, ext. 377).

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